Our Undergraduate open days and events are the perfect opportunity for you to find out what it’s like to live and study at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester. Join us to discover the range of courses on offer, speak with staff and students and ask any questions.
To book an event, please select the event you wish to attend below. You will then be taken to a registration page where you can give your details. Find out what to expect at the different events by clicking on the links below the table.
|Saturday 25 September 2021||11:00am - 15:30pm||Undergraduate open day|
|Monday 11 October 2021||5:00pm - 5:45pm||A virtual introduction to the RAU|
|Wednesday 27 October 2021||11:00am - 15:30pm||Undergraduate open day|
|Saturday 6 November 2021||11:00am - 15:30pm||Undergraduate open day|
|Tuesday 9 November 2021||12:00pm - 12:45pm||A virtual introduction to the RAU|
|Wednesday 24 November 2021||11:00am - 15:30pm||Undergraduate open day|
If you’d like to arrange a visit to the RAU campus, please book your place on one of the dates above or contact us directly at [email protected].
Our open days will be taking place online and are a fantastic opportunity to discover more about studying at the Royal Agricultural University (RAU). At these virtual events you will: hear from our students about what it is like to live and study at the RAU, find out more about your chosen course of study from our academic staff and take part in live Q&A sessions where you can ask your questions about University life, find out how to apply or ask advice on booking accommodation - and lots more.
Our introduction to the RAU webinars provide an overview of the University. The online events will include a presentation about our courses, accommodation and campus followed by a live Q&A where you will have the opportunity to ask questions to staff from our Admissions and International teams, as well as a student ambassador.
Our undergraduate open days and undergraduate open afternoons give you the opportunity to hear about our courses first hand from teaching staff and look around our beautiful campus. The events will begin with welcome and course talks, and then you can join campus tours and an informal Q&A session. During the Q&A you can meet teaching staff and representatives from our accommodation, finance, admissions and student support services teams. There will also be an optional visit to a nearby farm used by our students or Fossehill Equestrian Centre.
*Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, all our open days are currently taking place online.
We regularly run campus tours where you will have the opportunity to see our beautiful campus and find out more about the University. The tours, led by a student ambassador, will visit University buildings and facilities including the library and student hub.